La Walon Bungalows
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we are informed the boat is leaving from a different beach. Four of us jumped into an SUV and were raced farther up the coast to almost Bangsal. Either we were very late or the driver wanted to see if he could make us hurl. He drove like a maniac on the narrow winding coastal road, passing motorcycles where I would not think it was possible. In the end we made it to the fast boat in one piece. Which then got us to Bali with no music or beers this time.
We spent three ...
... the power of silence and the disconnection from the outside world to be not only easy but enjoyable. No interruptions, no phone calls, no text messages, no emails, no places you need to be, or things you need to get done. Just time and space to be used and enjoyed doing the simple things and allowing the rest of life to melt away and give you time to do the things you love but can never find the time to fit into your busy schedule. Once you have taken the time ...
... went to the nightly market. With Breanne not being very hungry, I decided to purchase a chicken curry dish for 25,000rp ($2.50). Another disappointing meal of the day as our lunch was not very good as well. The chicken was a weird texture, which made me believe it wasn't chicken. That was the first of many dishes eaten while travelling, that I had to put to waste. Yuk!!! The following day we decided to spend a bit more money on our meals which were way more enjoyable than the meals on ...
... other visitors is muffled by the hanging greenery on the walls, and you can't even hear the hiss of the monkeys any more. It was peaceful down there.
After our trip to the monkeys, we decided to find dairy-free ice cream (yay!!!), and got caught in a torrential downpour before we found it! We stood, ordering our flavors, as pools of water formed around our feet. Luckily, Bali is built ...
... t rise until 530. It was nice when we headed out though because the temperature wasn't at its hottest and the humidity hadn't set in yet. We ended up taking the long way around to get to the market walking along one of the main roadways, trying to avoid the stray dogs, balancing on the small, non existent sidewalks and admiring the entrances to people's homes. Every single home puts out an offering(s) to their Gods either on the street or in a special stand with yellow cloth around ...